LAHORE - Pakistan junior hockey team will leave for Egypt on Wednesday morning to participate in five-nation junior hockey tournament starting from March 20 at Cairo. President Pakistan Hockey Federation Qasim Zia and Secretary Muhammad Asif Bajwa gave warm send off to the team at National Hockey Stadium on Tuesday. Qasim Zia on behalf of Governor Punjab Salman Taseer announced Rs one million for the team for winning the four nation tournament in Malaysia. The PHF also announced the incentive of one hundred dollars for each player. Qasim Zia congratulated the team for winning the four-nation tournament and hoped that the team will also win the upcoming five nation tournament in Egypt. He said that the real goal of the PHF was to win the Junior World Cup and this is the only way to revive the Pakistan hockey. Zia also congratulated to President Asif Ali Zardari, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gillani, chief ministers and the people of Pakistan for winning the four nation tournament and also thanked the government for the financial support to PHF. He said that the government funds were being properly utilized for the revival of hockey in the country and we hope that the Government support will continue in future. The five-nation junior hockey tournament will be played from March 20 to 27 at Cairo. The teams from Pakistan, Egypt, Ghana, Italy and Russia will take part in the tournament. Pakistan will play its first match against Russia on March 20, second match against Ghana on March 23, third match against Egypt on March 24 and the last pool match will be played against Italy on March 26, while the final and position matches will be played on March 27.